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Perspectives of the Language Policy of the EU

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Terminology and Labelling Words by Subject in Monolingual Dictionaries – What Do Domain Labels Say to Dictionary Users ?

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English Language Teacher Education: Notes on The Past And Future

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Repositioning English and multilingualism in English as a Lingua Franca

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Exploring language attitudes in ELF research: Contrasting approaches in conversation

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Ultrametric Distance in Syntax

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Syntactic Sources of Adjectives in Mandarin Chinese

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Focus in Focus. Replying Professor Szwedek

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Empirical perspectives on two potential epicenters: The genitive alternation in Asian Englishes

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Critical Literacy and the Multiliteracies of Dance: A First Approach

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